COLUMBIA, S.C. (WCIV) — On Friday, a new poll by Cornell Belcher and his firm, Research and Strategies, shows Jaime Harrison leading Senator Lindsey Graham by 2%.
The survey shows Harrison currently earning 47% to Graham’s 45%.
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It also revealed 88% of African Americans polled prefer Harrison, compared to Graham’s 4%, with brilliant corners claiming “South Carolina is experiencing Obama level turnout among Black voters. Just 11 days into early voting more than 14% of Black registered voters have voted.’”
The poll of 525 likely voters was conducted by landline and cell phone from October 11 to 16 and has a margin of error of +/- 4.6%.
On Thursday, the New York Times released their own poll, which showed Graham ahead by six points.
For more information on Belcher’s poll, CLICK HERE.